Andrew Tridgell, Linus Penzlien, and myself are beginning to prepare for the autonomous ground vehicle competition at the Sparkfun 2014…Continue
It's customary and traditional that we celebrate the addition of every 1,000 new members here and share the traffic stats. This time we have a really special occasion to celebrate as we have reached the 50,000 member mark!!!!
Congratulations to Cantor Wargfn, of Charlotte, North Carolina USA, who…Continue
Rolls Royce is moving toward a world where a single tap on a smartphone could set a massive cargo ship in motion half a world away.
As reported by…Continue
The filament required for 3-D printing have always been costly, but that should start to change soon.
An Orange Pixel flickers on the horizon, sandwiched between the inky azure of the mid-Pacific and the robin’s-egg pale of the Hawaiian sky. Richard Jenkins is the first to see it—a sailing robot, which has been blowing our way for a month. We’re in a small motorboat 7 miles out at sea, just north of Oahu’s windward shore. Dylan Owens gets the next good glimpse. “I see the wing,” he exclaims, “and the tail!”